We’ve all come across a recipe that makes us throw up in our mouths a little bit, right? For me, the Jell-O mold takes the cake: The minute I see a photo of the dreaded dinner-party dessert, it’s full-on gag-city. I just do not understand why anyone would ever want to take a bite of this.
Since we’ve stumbled upon so many ill-conceived culinary creations while surfing the web, we figured we’d share the most cringe-worthy, artery-clogging recipes we’ve yet to find with you. So friends, here are 10 recipes you should never EVER make. (Hint: Paula Deen might have lost her career, but she is totally winning this list.)
10 Disgusting Recipes That Should Not Exist
Photo via Delish
Turkey Dinner Layer Cake
Everything you'd expect to see on the thanksgiving table stuffed into one cake. Yikes. See the recipe
Photo via Food Network
Deep Fried Stuffing on a Stick
And, in case you didn't get enough stuffing in your cake, there's this. See the recipe
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